A rare opportunity in a sea of look alike yachts..., a stunning classic FEADSHIP, originally built as a cockpit MY. World renowned seakeeping in an elegant, timeless design, with trans-Atlantic range and amazing fuel economy! "INTREPID" has had virtually every aspect of the yacht refit or rebuilt, from plating, plumbing, wiring, machinery, to restoring her interior to her original Feadship style. A truly beautiful yacht that is ready and able to take you anywhere you desire!
This opportunity will not last long, so if this appeals to you, please allow us to arrange your personal inspection.
Traditional three stateroom arrangement for the owner's party, and three crew cabins.
MAIN DECK, beginning forward; consists of a restored classic Feadship dining salon that could well be converted to a lounge or study. The Galley is located aft of this area, then Pilothouse.
Continuing aft the spacious day head now includes a full stall shower, to allow for the use of the dining salon as an additional guest stateroom if needed.
MAIN SALON as is often found, the years with various fabrics and paint had obscured the beautiful Feadship joinery. This all has been carefully restored to the original Feadship style, and is very spacious area with beautiful teak joinery. All new furniture, carpet and soft goods have been added, along with lamps, wall sconces and art work. A private office is located on the forward end of the salon.
The aft deck with built in seating and dining offers the option of fully enclosing the area and is air conditioned.
COCKPIT, being original to the yacht, she features a three step staircase from the port side. A transom door provides ease of access for all water sports.
FLYBRIDGE, unlike many classics of this era, INTREPID has a full helm station on the flybridge with seating surrounding the helm. Room for two tenders, and various water sports "toys" are located aft of the helm station, while further aft is a delightful curved built in seating area.
PILOTHOUSE complete with full instrumentation with a modern electronics display in front of the helm.
Below in the Accommodations area, are three spacious staterooms all with large ensuite baths. The Master is full beam featuring a king bed with L-shaped loveseat to starboard and vanity to port.
Traditional L-shaped Feadship galley with new cabinets, counter tops and floors. The entire galley was redone to modern standards 3 years ago, with new equipment:
- (4) SubZero drawer type refrigerators
- (20 SubZero drawer type freezers
- Stand alone freezer
- Gaggemau 4 burner cooktop
- Gaggenau convection oven
- Asko 1805 dishwasher
- Asko washer and dryer
Steel hull, deck material of steel with marine plywood and teak overlay. A complete photographic summary of the framing, tank and hull plating is available for parties with serious interest.
In brief however, the majority of the frames, all the tanks, and a substantial portion of the plating has been replaced. Basically as a general guide this would include; all tanks, 90% of the frames and 90% of the hull plating.
Twin Caterpillar 660 HP, on soft mounts installed new in October 2004.
- Fuel 5,320 gallons
- Water 1,800 gallons
- Grey 800 gallons
- Black 1,000 gallons
New electrical distribution panels for both AC and DC sides, and the vast majority of wiring replaced. Two NEW Isuzu 45 KW 3 phase generators installed October 2004. These generators sets can be used individually or they can be paralleded.
NEW custom soft sound shields installed March 2006. Shore power system consists of single phase shore cables, one for the air conditioning system and one for the ships systems.
Air conditioning: Chilled water Marine Air system with reverse cylce, with a cooling capacity of 192,000 BTU's or 16 tons, consisting of four raced compressors in the engine room. Air handlers are Marine Air units with three-way bypass valves and Hydronics digital controls. Entire system new in 2003.
Stabilizers: Totally reconditioned, with new Wesmar control heads, and full hydrulic system updating in March 2006.
- Plath Gyro compass
- Furuno GPS 32
- Raymarine GPS 85 Plotter
- Furuno 72 mile radar
- Simrad auotpilot
- Ocean PC (2) display screens with Nobletech chart plotter
- ICOM VHF
- VHS (2)
- Furuno 72 mile radar
- Sat TV
- 14' Rendova HBI (2000) with 80HP 4 strokeYamaha
- 2 Anchors in hawse pipes each with 250' of chain
- Ideal 3HP 220AC windlass
- Life raft
- Marquipt tide ride ladder
- Teak decks, fore deck and side decks replaced 1998
"INTREPID" has recently completed a huge major refit under the supervision of a Belgian Shipwirght. The refit included virtually every aspect of the yacht including; hull plating and frames, new tanks, restoration of the interior to her original Feadship glory and of course new machinery, pumps, motors and generators. The addition of new engines allow her a faster cruising speed of 12 knots, but with an amazing economy of 22 GPH including Generator! A rare opportunity in a world of look alike yachts, yet one that you may still put your personal mark on!
After all, a Feadship is a Feadship!
A complete photographic study of the refit is available to keenly interest parties.
All metal work such as new tanks, frames, floors, plating, cockpit and bulworks have been redone as needed and inspected by Patton Marine.
New Caterpillar 3196's of 660 HP installed.
Two Onan 55kw 3 phase generators installed with custom sound shields
Stabilizers have been totally refurbished, and upgraded with new control heads and gyro compass.
Revamp engine room with new air handlers, bilge pump system, alarms, compressors, pumps and motors.
Re-create Feadship style interior, dining salon and main salon
Install new teak paneling in accommodation areas.
Install new furnishings and soft goods.
Rebuilt electrical panel, and rewire substantial portion of yacht.
Replace 90 % of bilge piping and plumbing.
Replace with new all hoses, fuel lines, valves pumps and motors in all systems such as fuel, fresh water, black and grey water systems.
Install two holding tanks one forward one aft.
Install Sound Down in engine room
Fair, prime and paint entire yacht.
Rebuilt all cranes
Install new hydraulic system for steering, stabilizers.
Re-chrome all fittings, handles and locks
Install new electrical fixtures, lights etc.
It should be noted that this is a brief overview list, but that virtually every area of the yacht was rebuilt or replaced over the two year refit.
RECENT UPDATES, DECEMBER 2006:
Alfa Laval fuel centrifuge installed
Pocket doors to office installed to original specifications
Custom settee that converts to double berth installed in office
Dining salon converted to Den with Queen sleeper sofa